By Tom Vartabedian
WATERTOWN, Mass. — When she isn’t singing, she’s acting, composing a song or perhaps standing before a church group and delivering one of her motivational talks.
Nancy Tutunjian Berger is a Renaissance woman and what she does best depends upon the day or the venue.
You won’t find her name in lights on Broadway but check out community circles and you’re apt to find her as a headline performer.
This spring, she stole the show as Golde in the Wellesley Players’ presentation of “Fiddler on the Roof,” staged at Babson College. It was a performance that gained rave reviews.
Nothing new for Tutunjian, considering that she has appeared in numerous shows over her 30-year career, produced five recordings, appeared at Lincoln Center in New York City and just got done headlining a jazz night at First Armenian Church in Belmont, where each Sunday she is a choir soloist.